Katie Eraser
Contemporary Australian Artist


For Narrm-based contemporary artist Katie Eraser, emotion is at the core of how art conveys our experience of being in the world. Her work is strewn with private and embodied expressions of lust, loss, and longing, which speaks to her lived reality, and queer ideology. Eraser imbues abstract erotic imagery with musings of flowers, female and GNC bodies, and fruit. Interested in expressing language and conversation within her works, each can be viewed as a record of the intricacy and liberation of living queer. Distinctly divergent dialogues play out across the canvas, intuitively deliberate strokes clashing with unconscious mark making.


“My intention is to immerse my story in dialogue with queer creative peers to engage with lost parts of myself, never allowed the opportunity to blossom until later in life.”

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Solo Exhibitions

Tough Luck - with Emma Lipscombe

Tinning Street Presents, Melbourne
15 November - 25 November 2018

If We Could Talk

Boom Gallery - Victoria
14 June - 15 July 2018

Snug Succour 

Besser Space - Collingwood, Melbourne
2 - 4th February 2018

Perfection isn't beautiful, Destruction is beautiful

Boom Gallery - Newtown, Victoria
17 April - 20 May 2017


Group Exhibitions

Newest & Rising

Modern Times - Collingwood, Melbourne
17 May - 30 June 2018

Spring Time 2.0

RVCA Corner Gallery - Collingwood Melbourne
22 September - 15 October 2017

The Other Art Fair - Melbourne Edition

The Facility, Kensington, Melbourne
4 - 7th May 2018



fortyfive downstairs Emerging Artist Award - 2018

forty five downstairs - Melbourne
Featuring a dynamic and diverse selection of ground-breaking new works, the Emerging Artist Award 2018 brings together the best emerging artists from across Australia for a two-week exhibition in the iconic fortyfivedownstairs gallery.

Special guest judge Julie McLaren, curator at the Art Gallery of Ballarat.


Katie with her expressive, gestural mixed-media works... the artists find similarities in their vibrant, complementary palettes.
— Sally Tabart, The Design Files